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Public House, late C17, with alterations and additions. Brick nogged timber frame with thatch and slate roofs. The building is in three sections, 2-storey, single storey and attic, and single storey; each section has one window bay. There are timber framed and brick rear wings (west) forming an "F" shaped plan. Stone plinth, irregular framing with the centre bay the earliest. The south section has timbers simulated in cement mortar whereas those of the north section are mainly painted on. Ledged and battened doors. Flush casements with single glazing bars, the upper window in the centre section in a dormer. Interior: Inglenook beam. Bevelled beams and exposed joists throughout the building. The name changed From "Tollemache Arms" to "The Thatch" in 1995, to avoid confusion with similarly named pub in Alpraham.